|Born||Elijah M (presumed)|
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Elijah M, or Elijah Mack(speculated) is the possible pseudonym of a political philosopher and economist, Most well known for authoring the book, "Individualist Manifesto", and forming the political philosophy of Mackism.
Mackism is an economically Right-Libertarian political philosophy, fusing Ayn Rand's View of the individual's Subjective Metaphysical Values and reason, Murray Rothbard's Economic principles and anarchist beliefs, and influence from Max Stirner on the nature of property. Mackism also resembles Agorism in it's anti-corporate, pro-community sentiment. The philosophy has a constant stress on simplicity and flexibility to one's religious or personal views, so long as said views don't violate the, "facts of reality".
Mackism also introduces "Decentralism", the support of decentralized, voluntary, and localized community organizations as a replacement for The State. It is believed by practitioners of the philosophy that this decentralization is the natural and logical progression of decentralized applications, cryptocurrencies, smart contracts, and activism organizations replacing their non-decentralized predecessors.
Along with "Decentralism", Mackism Introduces multiple new defenses of the Non-Agression-Principle (Called the, "Individualist Axiom" within Mackism), stresses Empathy and Compassion as rational self interests, and stresses creativity and ingenuity as important traits of the individual.
Elijah M belongs to the Austrian School of Economics, and as an adherent to the school, he sees economics as solely the outcome of individuals pursuing their self interest and engaging in mutual and voluntary trade with other individuals for their subjective reasons. He sees the free marketplace as the only moral and peaceful form of transaction, distribution of goods, and transportation of goods. Elijah M rejects state currency and artificial inflation as illogical and immoral.
Individualist Manifesto, M Elijah, March 14 2020
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